- Oct 15, 2017
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- mid-Michigan, USoA
the mallow is not wanted there, but it drops so many seeds that these are sprouting from plants that were there several years ago. they've not been allowed to bloom or set seeds since then, but it will be a while before those seeds are exhausted from the soil seed bank.Oh that is a great find! Lol Hope that groundhog continues to leave them alone. Hey if they produce for you, save seed and maybe next year you can plant them all around that area and plant the mallow and soybeans inside there. Ok, probably wouldn't work.
the deer have eaten mallow when it is grown outside the fence, but i didn't think groundhogs would go for it. so now that i know that i'll stop letting it drop seeds inside the fenced gardens too. i don't want to attract any more animals in any way if i can help it...
if i get any fruit at all it will be really fun - all of the reviews of this melon on-line i found when i checked out how to plant the seeds said it was really good. so i'm trying to be patient and hopeful here.